Monthly Archives: June 2013

Are State’s Violating Parental Rights and Can you do Something about it Right Now?

According to Young v. Hector, 740 So. 2d 1153 – Fla: Dist. Court of Appeals, 3rd Dist. 1998, “Nancy’s fairness argument is irrelevant to how custodial responsibility should be allocated…. The court should allocate custodial responsibility based on the parents’ past caretaking roles.” This is wrong and flawed thinking on the appellate court’s part. It…

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Parents are particularly annoyed by judges and attorneys who…Must-have list before you step foot into court in Child Custody Cases

Here’s a book we found on the ABA website teaching attorneys how to communicate with judges. The author lists the following list that we feel is severely lacking: “Judges are particularly annoyed by lawyers who: ignore the rules of court; fail to prepare; arrive late; repeat themselves; act rudely; make frivolous arguments; mislead the court;…

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Are the State’s Rendering Parents Indentured Servants after Divorce? Child support, Alimony, Spousal Maintenance. Where do we Draw the Line?

Further research is revealing that child support may not be constitutional either in many cases. (Keep in mind that we are not attorneys and are only sharing information with you as we understand it as laymen and are sharing for political reasons as well as we have a right to challenge intrusions in our lives…

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Radio Interview of the authors of the book “Not in the Child’s Best Interest”

Interview of authors of “Not in the Child’s Best Interest” by Marti Oakley of TS Radio Listen to internet radio with Marti Oakley on BlogTalkRadio If you missed this interview where we discuss Chapter 2 from the new breakthrough parental rights book, “The Wrong-Headed Thinking of Divorce Courts” you can listen to it here. Post…

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The one thing to do to change custody battle momentum

Parents find themselves in runaway custody battles every day. They get hammered for simple things that all parents do but when in a divorce custody battle these get used against you. You can often see the change in attitude of the judge when some minor issue is presented in such an inflammatory way that the…

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What and Why Do Divorce Lawyers Do in Their Own Divorce?

I found an article called “What do Divorce Lawyers Do In Their Own Divorces” written by J. Richard Kulerski, attorney and partner in the Law firm of Kulerski & Cornelison published on February 6, 2012 at Huff Post Divorce[1] particularly interesting. There were several things that caught my attention. J. Richard Kulerski asks “What do…

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Do I need to hurt the other parent to justify my rights to take my children back?

Lately, I have noticed that there are some parents looking to our book for the authority to rip the children away from another fit parent, they are hurt and they think they need to hurt the other parent to justify getting their equal rights and equal time back. Parents if you are looking for a…

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How to Limit Divorce Court Power to deny your parental rights – procedural due process?

Did you know that you can block the Divorce Court from determining custody based on the best interest of the child standard? There is a basic procedural step that your attorney and the Judge are simply skipping over as they rush to assume that the Divorce Court has authority to take your child from you.…

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Divorce Courts are Government by Men NOT Government by Laws

The Supreme Court back in 1886 dealt with a city code that placed the determination of a violation in the hands of the enforcer. This is the same thing that Divorce Custody Statutes do. They place complete discretion in the hands of one person alone. This is what the Supreme Court had to say about…

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